2022 Aprilia SR range launched from Rs 1.08 lakh

    The scooters have been modernised with a new look, an LED headlight and digital instrumentation.

    Published On Nov 16, 2021 01:02:00 PM


    Aprilia has launched the updated SR 125 and SR 160 at Rs 1.08 lakh and Rs 1.17 lakh respectively. The SR 160 Carbon is priced at Rs 1.20 lakh, while the SR 160 Race costs Rs 1.27 lakh (all prices ex-showroom, Pune). Both these versions differ from the standard scooter in colours and graphics schemes.

    For all its positives, the Aprilia SR scooters felt like quite dated even early on in their life cycle. With halogen headlights and analogue instrumentation, they didn’t cut very modern figures. Now, Aprilia has rectified that with the launch of this facelift.

    The facelifted Aprilia SRs sport a new, sharper design, and look more modern thanks, in part, to a new V-shaped LED headlight and new LED tail-lamp. The apron and grab rails have been redesigned, it gains knuckle guards, and the seats also now sport a split design, which is quite unusual for a scooter. The earlier MRF tyres have now been replaced by CEAT units.

    Instrumentation is now fully digital with the SR borrowing the SXR 160’s LCD screen. This means a large and crisp display, with readouts for trip, speed and fuel consumption data, as well as a tachometer, which is also quite unusual for a scooter. Like on the SXR, this display is yet to receive Bluetooth connectivity.

    At these new prices, the SR 125 is around Rs 13,000 more expensive than the base version of the outgoing SR 125, and Rs 10,000 more expensive than the digital cluster variant. The SR 160 is about Rs 12,000 more expensive than before. It’s main competition now comes from the recently launched Yamaha Aerox 155, which is priced at Rs 1.29 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

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